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Work Study

Process Analysis

Operation Analysis

(Micro) Motion Study

Time Study

Work Instruction Establishing


To improve Work Method

  • Eliminate unnecessary operations

  • Ease the necessary operations

  • Balance the uses of body

  • Reduce cycle time


Motion Study Techniques

Process Analysis

Operation Analysis

Motion Pictures (Stop-Action pictures)

Film Analysis

Fundamental Hand Motions (Therblig Analysis)

Principles of Motion Economy

Standard Job Conditions: Factory Act


Film Analysis

Concept: Record movement of a working operator with an appropriate film technique, then list all observed motions and time employed into an analysis sheet

  • Film Production: Methods & equipment

  • Micromotion

  • Memomotion

  • Cyclegraphic

  • Chronocyclegraphic


Film Analysis

Motion-minded

Observer’s abilities

  • see motions made by the operator’s right and left hands

  • notice what the fingers of each hand do

  • detect where one motion ends and another begins

  • judge the lengths of motions

  • estimate times of the motions

The Analysis: Simultaneous motion cycle Chart ( SIMO chart )



Fundamental Hand Motions :Therblig

Therblig: The system of symbols that represent every elementary of hand / arm and eye movements

Types of Therblig

1) Motions required for performing an operation

2) Motions that tend to slow down type 1 motion

3) Motions that do not perform an operation


Type 1

Transport empty

Grasp

Transport loaded (carry)

Position

Use

Assemble

Disassemble

Release load

Inspect


Type 2

Search

Find*

Select

Plan (person thinking)

Pre-position (set up)


Type 3

Hold

Unavoidable delay

Avoidable delay (standby)

Rest



Therblig Analysis Steps

  • Take time to carefully observe the overall operation

  • Try to picture the operation in your mind

  • Write down the steps in the operation, starting with just one hand’s motion

  • Re-observe the operation and correct the written description

  • Describe the motions in more detail and fill out the therblig symbols

Accurate

description



Micromotion Study: A Trial

6 Participants

12 IE

make 12 sets of invitation letter

Operation / Therblig chart

Workplace setting



Principles of Motion Economy

As related to

  • Uses of the human body

  • Arrangement of the work place

  • Design of tools and equipment

You need a good checklists


Principles of motion economy as related to the uses of the human body
Principles of Motion Economy As related to the uses of the human body

  • Two hands should begin and complete their motions at the same time.

  • Two hands should not be idle at the same time.

  • Motions of the arms should be made in opposite and symmetrical direction and should be made simultaneously.

  • Hand and body motions should be confinedto the lowest classification with which it is possible to perform the work satisfactorily.


Principles of motion economy as related to the uses of the human body1
Principles of Motion Economy As related to the uses of the human body

  • Momentum should be employed to assist the worker wherever possible, and it should be reduced to a minimum if it must be overcome by muscular effort.

  • Ballistic movement are faster, easier and more accurate than restricted or controlled movements.

  • Work should be arranged to permit an easy and natural rhythm wherever possible.

  • Eye fixations should be as few and as close as possible.


Principles of motion economy as related to the workplace arrangement
Principles of Motion Economy As related to the workplace arrangement

  • There should be a definite and fixed place for all tools and materials.

  • Tools, materials and controls should be located close to the point of uses.

  • Gravity feed bins and containers should be used to deliver material close to the point of use.

  • Drop deliveries should be used wherever possible.

  • Materials and tools should be located to permit the best sequence of motions.


Principles of motion economy as related to the workplace arrangement1
Principles of Motion Economy As related to the workplace arrangement

  • Provisions should be made for adequate conditions for seeing. Good illumination is the first requirement for satisfactory visual perception.

  • The height of the work place and the chair should be preferably arranged so that alternate sitting and standing at work are easily possible.

  • A chair of the type and height to permit good posture should be provided for every worker.


Principles of motion economy as related to the equipment design
Principles of Motion Economy As related to the equipment design

  • The hands should be relieved of all work that can be done more advantageously by a jig, a fixture, or a foot-operated device.

  • Two or more tools should becombined whenever possible.

  • Tools and materials should be pre-positioned whenever possible.


Principles of motion economy as related to the equipment design1
Principles of Motion Economy As related to the equipment design

  • Where each finger performs some specific movement, such as in typewriting, the load should be distributed in accordance with the inherent capacities of the fingers.

  • Levers, hand wheels, and other controls should be located in such positions that the operator can manipulate them with the least change in body position and with the greatest speed and ease.



Proposed Method Implementation

  • Cost - Benefit Ratio

  • Worker involvement in method change

Change Resistance

Hawthorne effect


Precautions

Cross functional Cooperation

  • Planning and Control

  • Maintenance

  • Quality Inspection

    Laws and Regulations

  • Safety

  • Labor Relation

    Quality/Productivity


Economy of the Study

Expenses & Benefit of Study

  • Extensiveness of task

  • Life of the task

  • Labor consideration

  • Investment


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